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   Morning Globe, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1927, Atchison, Kansas                               THE SIJNBAY MORNING GLOBE PRICE FIVE CENTS KANSAS, SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1927. PAGES FIFTIETH YEAR. 13352 With All the Rains, Diversified Farming in Kansas This Year Should Properly Include Oysters arid Rice MAD RIVER RIPS AWAY BARRIERS; MENAGE GROWS Apprehension-of Officials' In- creases us Mississippi Breaks MORE TOWNS FLOODED Datijrci Becomes Gieatei Ilotn 1> While Rntnne Ciost oC Flood Swoops' Onward to Gulf of Mexico 1U I rfSB i ttctt Oilnnis ,10 I lie nn lion tntisl -iliMii-trmis flood wnh nillni! [iicrtosltii, in lildlu iiiul full nil null stale oftklali luliU   offilrl lo concinl thill appro iif tlie ililnfTCrH yol lo cohii1. rirlmi mailh hj niovlilB trost tin sidled I'vn n pnl or llu l'Mi> HI Ibe Koction.of IhR dty nnj oft, ii linmlral fcL-t of Iho nmln nl (ilnsstoik TJI lu mills sftiillj of Nnlchtz llirMULnliic Ininiil illoiL of l [tucoulln uiKl part of [inrLslics. Ilii'lCilsJni; vnliiuipK of willpr flow Ing ItiroiiKli Ilic (llri-o KIIHS lii'thc Al- kiinsns river wcr.' nmkhii; tlic.ClootllliK "f noutlicustfrii Arkniisus, InumlnthiK 'llw I own of Could milt milling lo ttic noosl tlnplli tn liuir n rtuifn nllicr (owns nicr wns wblrli Ijtuy (Jcrilrnycd l-'luotl nroinul Ynzno (llly l-'luotl nroinul Ynzno (llly anil fill Ihov niirthwnnl In i-oiillinieil Iliclr spread, cTovufilnlhin rew fields ami musing Imir a million ilcillurs woilli ur diiiniiec lo cnlloii Hlon-rl in :i In tlint city Mlt in w> of jiuijor tveuls jti (In- flnoll Ill-en were Irk'kllnj; In, fore- of sllll uiori; fliiMls In Ilic tin iiniunuicptl tile -flood of rv-ecirir in iiro-stiei-l- next iveek for llu1 Duni'Mlit aailjllnok rh-ers. ndiUnt; Nltimlloti i-Tlsis In iifirllii-iislorn l.oiilslmm. Tliero wns one lirlght In Ihe iliirk iil.cliue, (Ho uniiue nt New Or- Ifiiiw.sliOM'lni; n of onc-teutli of fool Iif five IIK.II result of Iliu iloUkH-'nlely opened nt Ctu-r- uji-ioti ITi iiiJJt', the cltv Tin- flml offortn nt tlyniinilllnK tlie innKslvo Invoe j'esfcrilny InivliiK IIMMI imlj' siioce.Mfnl. Ihe oiiRl- I'onlliitii'd liliiKllng loilny until they tunl n rush of wnters from the .MlHHlsslDiil flowini; Into Ilio now jmrlslira of St. tier- mini iltul I'kiiiueituni Su srilinis is Iho situation pi'eseilteil In till- remainder of Iho stale, however. llmt Hie const is forn-entrallnK hero niul al Xnli'liez Ihe Itirpesl n lief 111 Its hMor.v, Ouo linaili-ed nnil fifty crnft. IIII-RI nriij siunll, ni-u IVC-IIIK nssemhled her. iviiilni; from the Allnntlc nml Kiilf t >flM.s anil llu. fji-enl lakes, nnd eighty oltii'i.i will In. Itnsnl at NnMuv. lu nddliioil. i-voiy nvnllnhlo unvorninetit nii'l ninny prlvnloly-owneil are boliii; for Mi vli e It Is pliinneil lo linve (Ho larger i raft visit any iimndaled i-lvrr niul crni'iioli- lefimees who have In... liiken llii'ie hy sinnll eiiift uml who an- to he. c'om-cnt rated In two Inure raiups nl. Halon nnd Satdiw. Sanill boats will seonr tbe flooded area for lln> hanieloss and iniiroiint'il. lo nfier :i week Plaint In Ihe floud 'area. Seeretark- llm.vi'r said ho luul found tlie sllnn- tioa so serious that woiiM retm-u In this lerrltory next week, after n liurrled to lo coii- hiill I'Veslilelil anil Ihe eal.il- tiet tonuiitttee is vvilli jted Cross. "The jtiiiuoillnl.c lii-obli'ia IH Mini of ma-i-oiliiK and le.-u-nlni; i.tliers." Mr. Hoover said, Slioics Horror of l-'lonil, Memphis. 'IVnii., 'April Ue.-ullfl- tfon -wrought by "llin ]nost dannoi-ons Mood, (iiiivniiinlry lias over known in hisior.v." mis plrtiireil tlie. nn- llonnl croai'eiitlun la a radio _ tulle I leiliert Hoover, seererary of rotuinori-e. who hfid Jnst eonipleliil [I survey of Iho sivotlea river fr.nu jreinidils lo New Or- leans as tlie reiaesenliitlve (Jf fm.liilw. Ilefore he faroil tln> nileropliono oper wliU-h he iiaintoit the droai-y iiic- lurp, Mei-i-elavy Hoover Joined wllli Ma.im- Ooneial icdsnr .ladwiii, i-hlef of the nruiy'.s ciiKincers, in a stnto- Ituit stronger, wider nnd lilsber iCT-if.s .vrforileiJ only liojK1 for rc- 'Ilef1 from future floods. Iliilii. o'r! iH-rnnns, (i.OOO.Oflfl flobiled, dniiuiBO, sllll I'linBlns to tliplr lioines where flooi-s rciunln flry, nioro lliousahils nceiliriff to he removed In iMiilx flnd 'fstilliltslicii In Rroflt cniniw lilRher uroiind and yet otlior Umn- niinil.s, Kiiniml on Itrokoa loveos, wns ft viow of tlie disaster given by Mr. Hoovor, over tlio rniHo. CHICAGO HISlDPLfCJlTE AFFAIR Ittr Tlic Asaoclaicd rrcaa.) April A slaylns iwiral- leling (lie Oray-Snyder innnlcr case, I'cveulcd tieco (oilay wlien n second husbnadr divorced, flmised enrli olber, of wltiy- Ing hor cotinn'ui law Iniabaml. I Tfclcn Steve, 25 years uc ciiwtl Mills Cleinontc, 25, her ox-hns LbnntJ, of klllinj- Frank ttosgol, her 'common JQW husbnnrl, Ibroo jenm of throjileiihth' tbe life of (Secure Htevo, her present spouse. Clemoiilii (oiloy deiilnred the Vomiiii bail kllletl lli> saM Uis woman gavn him money -In bin- n Jipr rojujnmi .li'imr tii dcalb. THE FLOOD_AH GLANCE M'} ThQ AiHorllteft Preas 1'tc.ik iii amin Mississippi this oni fcciutli of Is n aioa III ilist teulrnl I.oilUlnliil, liiniuhulnii ul nil or Uklinsal IH tn) lug iiTrito us IIIIJK volumes of lush MUIMIJ.I tluco ,-aiis In Iliii All nil river level's tMlssissliHil KIICS well lioyonil hlKheat of ftt nnil flooding touor [nnllotii of HIP lusl ntujied eih I fiahlitiiii tnl.'lilcirK continue, lila'sl Inp Itui Honth of Vv, Orleans In of tart'ta il.'vcrl enough'mifer ilato.thb liriulliallv id erlcil of fit Hirnaid ntal I'liiniiemiiies to smri tlio Cresitni Oil) thi flnoil of reconl for (lie Onrultita ami ilvcrs In lottl1) Inini th fore next week Ijj the weniliT IniiiNui Winning tlini ns.n result of Iho np- Hnite flooiK poMlMo cffoit shoiilit made ti atieiijrtlien the IOUK.S iKitupen Ikrl vhei anil Orlenns Issued by Mississippi ibci lominiH sioner Hiiielan HUOILF blalctl (hat Cneuinnon, cievnsso Orleans il oTfen no rrllef (o Ihe urea uorlhnanl fiqm Unit cllj. AfKi a Muk of iiinoy, I'rosuli ill's ix-rsonnt reiwsentntlvo finilji silMiHInn fio hdloiif jtjut Ije will return nett weik lo fnrlliur direct rescue niul ret Her inoblll7lnR preat est fleet In tilstrii) to IX'tveei; Orlemis unil iMilchez In Ink toss or llfi. In I.onlsiiiim flooils. More limn two InindiLil tlionwinil alriaiH lime [itai nmilo homeless lij tin flood and oC otlni-s OKiihinlli nlll line lo Join iko "inn of refnsre-s. DEANllCKERS IS PROMOTED AGAIN Becomes Assistant General Manager of Kanaai Power Light Company. Hum Uln-i Miuerlntemicnt of Ihe Ivnnws I'nlilli. Lo vioiierllea In Al.liivm nnhl list January 15 Inih Urn npjioiult-ii nssjitiint Keaeral iiian UKl r ot tin. KniiMis Power 4 I Lo nilli hruilqntifiis nl toinko Uo -me- (.cids C'j Ixjlninl AtcM 1.011 who iTCi nlly Ittinmo presl iii nt and (.encial iniuingn of the dUhion of the "ana. Iiittn.-'Ls and of ulileli Ilii! Atehlsun plant is part. Mr. Ackers eame tiere several yetira apo In Miiveed Mr. i.clnnil as'loenl Miixirlnli-udeul, when Mr. J.clainl iras inniKft-LTi-tl lo tho Kansas t'cnver I Wit Oo of flip In Jopeha iii QKSIS Mi Aikirs vai ulvi [rin ferreil lo Toi-t-kii, as lin'iil iiuiiingcr for the Kun- sus i l.lchl Co., Itiiiiih l.ove of Kiuu'eilhiK him tn, Aldil- SOII, At'ki-rs is eonslilerod us nuo of Ilio Jiiuht oijaljli- mm, In MIC eleclrlc and Unlit .service in Kansas, anil Ills mUiitut'UieaL is nol Hiii'tirislii" to Ids Ah rranil In his now work Mr. .Ukurs In or tho coiiMlruction of the new unit iiuv power I'liml at Tvaimseh, wblrb will iluiibU UM dipuclly. Mr. U'hind mipttrliilonil- cil tin- I'Oii.sti-ni'iiini of Ihe null of Iho iilnnl. Mr. Ackers Is today In At. chison, with frleinls. FEAR TO SAVEPABALYZEDBOY (Hy The .Us.Tlaloil Aiivll Itiiorhp. fnrm sllli clmifi In life tonight, tint (lie scoi-e of friends working hi who have been nmiip- lliff air Info Ills lunsti for nine li.v loivrolnj: unil raising bis arms, wero convinced (hoy were waging Tlif {jumping of Ills arms wetnnl to Imve h-.-wcm-d hh vltnllty ami bis phvsicluns -nlil eondltloi Tin? IKI.V'S Tether said tlic lad .sreniei la hnvi' Rlvon up lioixj of surviving. HE CONQUEST Will Coleman "Hello Girl" 40 Years Ago It wiw forh nga lust night tllut n young mm, entered (lie office of Iho Icloiiliono compiinj, Iheu located on Ihe llilra floor of Die Inilhllng ou Iho soiilliwegt comei of Mfth nml C'om lutrtln! Mrci'lB to Ka to 111 Iliu swltthlKinrd ni night operator' 'J litrtoon fmn later tills sunn- joung mini icalgiKHl from Inn ncriko of Ilio lihono lompanj Ho Iliui vim, inniuiKer of Ilic Uihtwn offla; liccn LipaiiUeil (roll] HOC phones to fJro times Mint number Today thin Bamo nmn, not qalto young, Is hluriff Cokinnn In Ilio "clays vvlien lie was ntor HIOIL tliroo girl operators employed In the ilnv Umo If n phono Ju Atcliltwri lo luiSc to borne one In lopcka, Ilia call liurt (o go lo I inn.nnoj'tli Kansas Cltj, I.nwreueo ftail tliim TopcltUi ..Ttiero were no direct connections op. linos. Colt-man Installed tlio flrit iilmncs ever pllu.ct] lu Norlonrllle mill unit olhir In Ilila Ihey were nulillc paj stnUotls At tLnt Nino there were no central 'offices tn liny of the coniimihitfes In lliEs iwrl of Ihe sink NEW ROAD LAW NOW OPERATIVE Enlarged Commisiion Will Thit Week. I-Jif-laini :itul I'rancc .Foln In Ti-ilnilu of Noraunuly lljisliiisa. or] liulh ilk- iMi-lisli mid Frcurh of thr Cliftimol nro lo rcleliL-ntft hi June Iho OOOih, nunlvor- stii1 of tlio Conriitcrijr, his iVciniiiiii to victory licre In tlio conniiPHl of r'ntflnml In 10CC, 'I'hti 'inalti oelebrntlon, nt tlaslhiyrf, will Include n ceremony lljc ruins of IJjiHlliigfi costlo nnil n" pll- firhnngo to ilnitlr, the scene of Ilio fin- al -ciiL-ounlev when Hiuohl was s In Tlioso tiiNiny pnrl hi Iho corejtionios and Hnxon DosceinlrtntH of whtrnro nl- most na iiunierons lu Iliis country as Miiyflowor In America will -In tlio cclehnillon. DID YOU KNOW. ATCHISON ia the one of the most efficiently organir- rd and highly rated Na- tional Guard infantry federaljzed National Guard of the United PAY TRIBUTE TO GLOBE FOUNDER Noted Men of Letters Fete E. W. Howe at New York. (Rj- The Aasi.ctotc.l I'reaa Now April Pdgar sim Howe, publisher nf Kd. Howe's Monthly nt Alehlxon, Kans., and fa- mous for more limn forty rears" us niitlioi of The Story oE n Guniihj v.as of 110 oik [HiiiHsIiera and men In related- flebla ut, dinner -al the lllldnore hold to- Another guest Mrs. Mated. H tiuuham UK daughter, reccntl> u prize cojniH tition ullh her 110% U ntbUHon iriUl to be R sequel tft The 3tOr> of u lown.' ntph Ills sou, (Je'no'Howe, niiil Mrs. Gene Howe nnd Miss Atlelalile Uowe. Mr, Howe, genernlly known ns "O1U will bu 73 ycnm ottl Slny 3 'Thp Kansas UUy-Stnr-yesterday car- rlctl the New biory ot thft [lliiner iis'-follows '1 ho metropolis paid tribute to the provinces tonight. .of .Potato to mention only of hla sob- llu MH M MID Hotel lilltinoro by 1-10 New .York publishers anil men in reliitcil 'Old Kill' will 1m 73 AIny n. It 1ms bneit ..sixty yours .sinco ho hLs ncwspnjior ns ti typL-sC'tterr fif- ty since hit founded the Atcbisou Glolw tind more tbiin forty wince lie -wrote 'rim Story of a Country Town, Otlior iiulhor-edllors of country towns iutyo bec-oinu' imtlotinl nuisie of (Hem from'Howe's boine state, Knusas, but IK> rninnins tlio dwiti lie. has H ilo7.cn books, KCV oral twins reports of his travels, .but bft bus remained u (.-onnlry editor, Hv Ing jmrt of the year tn Atohlsoiu anil piirL (n I'Moridn, Irviu K. Culib wn.i loiiRtiiiiiHfer to- Kemitbr Arthur Cumier, who cnitio-s fniiTi JCJ stuto, called htm ''the best reporter Knnsns over had unit one nf the hest In the coun- try." llolkTt II, Duvis.-jiiiitjaxliie edl- Inr, suM Howe's gift was "that he knows folks." UtiperL paid trlhutc lo the Knnsus ;is u iihilosoiihur, and ntlileil "Dlogeneii wns Hie Kd Ilown of lite difference betnc llmt Diog- enes lived in it tub mid Kd Howe in Kansas." 'lu 11 rend by Mr. Cobb, Corra llarris, novcliflt, I'hurclerixed (In- (-nest oflbe evoniuR as an "Ameri- can philosopher, wild could (ell a short alorr In four lines ami a serial in half u-pHRe." William Alton While, mi other Kan- snn, tclPcrjiplu'd Mint llowft's writings were fiiilaft: of my fleelrtiius "I am a bultor nnd egK odlldr nnd prond ot it." said Mv. Howe. I wns young my ono anibltloii was lo make Atchlson bigger and better than Kiiusns CHy. 'A.s ti result Alehisoh now ii.Ts; people nnil KIIIJSJI.S City I irlcd to get together Home rojnarks worthy of thlsj occasion, but r find I have edited them all away. The spectre of the bright things t mifrhl bare will lituuit my lOiiiBbt, 1 know." hcforn be spoke ho iv.ts fitr- cn n watc-ti, a glfr tu' Y.A "tbe by Cyrus II. K. Curtl.s, pnb.- lisher. Jlr. Jlowc, who lia.s had twen- ty-seven -watrhcs. to him, niorir or less, told of the time when friends In Atchison had raised money lo him a yonrs The (own rc.sentcd Me, Mowc saldj tlin price of (hi- had been raised before he rould contribute! nnd a fight wltn (In? he ml of Iho gift committee. STUDENTS GIVE BLOOD THAT FELLOW-SOPH MAY GET WELL Omaha, Xeb., April Ihi- to ylve blood in an effort lo shvif tin; life of Kdwin .T. l.'jitHhuw, 2tl, of ti Htudcnt nt Creisbtou university denial col- lege, Will Clarke of DOR Molnfa. fwif rlficc-d a pint of blood for a tranrrfu sfon nt noon (odiiy. C'utHlniw In t-ritlcal condlll.ii] from blfiod-imtsonlitg. following ait in fecllon Mint, developed aficv iiijifry hi foolball pructkn1 Of I1U1 nH VolnntccrH. Ve- lechMl for blfHKl Doctors it, ivlll (t> to trfrfonn tliar MAY MMEJIIGHWHY CHIEF County Fiee Fund of Becomes Available Now foi tlie First Time. Asaoctalcil PrflMd.J Toiiekn April new Kansas ilghuav inn bj the ntnro will become (ffecttve tomorrow t ituL the .enlarged sir man dfihway, commission, crented bv the law, will iiot tako ctmrge formaily of fitjite depiirtment until the follow lnK day Mondaj A thm day stolon will lx> held tlic connulsslon U nlll jwrfect It-, or "ilintlun the fiist day, cteetiiifr n! IrniAn nnd a Sjfato hlglmiiv: director, miiug ,Of the latter offlco, leh will pay salary annually, y be nostiwned until H later dnte second and third ilaia will be ed to Itoaringa of county dciegati ns icfiriny before I he comiiitgalon'with Rppllcalipns for federal road Eiid nnd other, matters relative to road construction coiistruction nndei the new tnw, will be divided into iwo classes for the of uniJ-jne1 jjp prltillons from ilia all fund at tbe dlsnnsnl of MIC c m each vnr In ,tm v vfll i im.lnd6d bilek, "out f I .tuni'i oiii micjidnin 'ainl other surfnc-xl oads In class 'R' will tjc or 'toiuU of a like llie aid i Mid fund the i-rovide-i, "slinn. 1'C- divided IJG- ecu clnsK "A" and "fVr ciinsti'iiuMuii eqiml possMilR. iV county ''free" ftihd nf iMOOOOO ttill become ror hi! flist Umo ftfi the taking ffLtt   Sjblem llu' tfOneflt dli trkt plan of coaslnn tlou IL ie- palj tho rountlP3, tmd> r tit ULW but only when eorti'n coiulUlong eiist 1 Irst Iho inn not tic made until piovlsi-ut born iLiadc ioi tbe proper nislujon of Ihe slate in Mith louu tyr" and "when-such fund h'not cssnry to construct a .state In nccordanc-e wltli some federal aid Lo connect with such so conslnictluil an ad- Joinlng county. Secoml, tbe veimhursenienLs "slmll ojdloiml with the county bojirrl in any county where any proceedings avc u underway for HID COILS! r IK; t Ion of a -atato road In aci'ordnnee wllb some federal nld ppoeiacatlon.until the con- struction shiilL tntve Iwftii complcled. Third, when the funds for rchh- rsenif-nt arn Insufficient to nmkc ttift in full, tho reimbursement fund "shall he prorated nmong the bindowticrH In to the pralseineut oC their laud.' When funds nve sufficient, Ihe tbe new law specified, nro to lie ituccle in full on Inml whtoh lies one mile or more from the road for which the honc-fll dlalrlL't tasr wns assessed, and upon the land within one 'mile of the road "In tbe amount over and Above two per cent of tbe appraised viiliic of said land and tin- tho was fixed and nsLMl hi making such "aiwolnl tisw Tuenlrt." Hxcepiinn made for relni- bnrfiomeiiL of ftssessnieitt.s levied for class "U" road.s. In sueh cases, tho owners of land within one mile of Mio road receive an ainount equal to ftfly per cent of Mielr asse.ssmonl. Only one aysossiiiont can be reimlc lu n single year. Fnllnre of n county lo apply eighty pcr-cent of Us county'and state romt fund for one year to the Improvement of state highways will ca'tisc Hie coun- ty's fund to revert to the stute nfler dedncllon linn been made for the mnfii- tennnce of stnte roads tn the county. The "forty-sixty" plan of Otstvlbut- lug'the Ktatc road fund lo tho 105 counties is retahux] by Iho new law 1 hat provision r Is made fur relmtmrsintf el (leaf whnn slale highways arc rnnlnl over tlielr strcols. Coun- ties will be. required to pay Ihiev ciile.'; nnunally for each mile of such streets. IKE WALTOK LEAGUERS FEEOllARdONED QUAIL fltj Assooialcd Moniplils, Tpnn., Ajirll nml ivllil Mnls in Ilii- flooded nren will not ntnrrilllan If memhara of Itin Isimk Wnllon Icn can prnvent II, Daniel Ilio Iiorc: tnrtay. As Uiorft arc enough rutlnTis to fi-ei3 Iho homeless Ilic.league tils- isiteliwl ten of wheal lo Koresl Oily, Ark., lo feed riuall innTooneil (in .enilmjikinenl.s In Unit vluEnlly. of .covles of the hlrils are relairted sliuvinR 'on lilgli (ijiliiu h I In' riooiled ilislrlcts. 'SUR-DKR UU Tlic AK3ocTnrerl New- York, April Cnrr, proniinent mi-ndK-r of thu younger woclnl KCI of Atlanta, (Jn.v wno, only (wo nntiouiif- erf lier lo 'T, Trim-clou ntbjete, KiirprUvil bnr rrlejiiM loilny .wlicn Kdward Itosc-nbiiitm, of 'iflll fflkp Hn- fornur Miss X'avr U the nf '.luliau Cm-r Chirk Howi-lK is Mti> Mpp4frpiiRfitrr of Clark. pnb IfhKeCi .of, the AtlRnta ConHtltiitlim 'Hi ,-if Airplane for Passenger Service Ready to Hop Off By Week From Today; Atchison Women to Pilot The n I HI! nnc that ImV boon by Mrs (riiicy. fowls 910 boutli stroel, will bo brouyhL lo Atchlsun n weot froin todtiy. At tl'io plnnc la In St. ,loe, wlierc It lifts been iniilcti'ly ovoi-ljftiilciL The onginjo iU' bo -1n jthfi body tomorrow, Mrs I oftls fictompflnkd b> Omar Moorb nnd Dyko Tjiudeinaii, incoluiiitc from Kiiiisua City, went; to St, Joe yeatftnlny .to fco tlui. -in'olor liOL hlea. of bnving thu plnuo ovor- iloid nttoinptlnu to carry sciisorfv wns miBsesteil by Moore, to iiiukelsLire.tlie' Eilrplniur was'ontirb- ly stnMe for Tim ljus; IJOPII Jnsjx'olcrl by ofHttals niul thfcy linvi it is jtcrfcctly :iir CiGARET LICENSE AVAILABLE SOON i fr plain hpf4i foi [MI-OII acr sonfte must undergo tills To nlrle to pilot (Hu plane bcr self, "Mrs. LowH imist first- liave whiit callotl Ullionf, of lit lh( ftlrf mi'dpr1 'tlio'. 1 of Jiir oxix-r avlnlor. linst four UfntrH iiU'etiiiy and Hie fen uill finish out flit iijtiouTit of lirjurs Tljp for UK isldiif rtill IH. sonn; time this niul bv tit vt Smulay-tlic plflim be "ready for passenifcr Moore and T-auOoman will pilot tlio jilahc until >Ira.' Lewis IIHKL imssod Iho oxninlnutirni. UIP flhpJjiiie is a stomljiril tlift SAinf! that owned by Ttnyley'ot Atclilson. BLAST IN MINE TRAPS 76 MEN Dealers in Fags in Atchison Fairmont, W. Va Scene of Ex- Must Pay County Yearly. Licenses for tobncvn ilealurs nnil otlici'3 lylio desire to" handle eigareN er tJio Knnyas svliteli -will cost 550 In HLO city of :AifhlKon, iunl elsewhoro in Atehlson county, will bo ftralTable at the of Dipk Oil- man, "county clerk, uol-. later Ihon Ibc dto of next week. o.'fttr only twonty-uine Coalers in lobaceo Lave slfniifieci [heir desire to fake oul llie stale llceitse, nccorOlnj; to GHaian. There are n tnimber of o'tli- ors In Ilici city and county who are eijwctcd to.bntullt' bdwerer, who are expected to obiiiin licenses In atlflitlou lo tho llceuao fee of lu (he clly and elsewliere In county, dealers In clgnreis must ob- tain a supply of revenue Mnuniji from the state Measurer hven pnckago of clfe'nrels sold must: bcnr. a 2-cciit revcinfc staujp. Moaoy tlerlvctl frojii the sale of the stamps lit paid Into ttie stnto Irena- urcrs office nnd goes Into the gen oral revenue fund of the slate Ml money ixtvhcd In Atdnson (.oiiritj for- (he -pale of licenses, for clgarcts noes into the eonrity revenue f.nnd. nnieroH.s cases of heaters, who oodcg" arc to IMT brought lo lif-ht soon lifter tlie clgarct Hcnnso liet'onu-.4 nvailiiblc. Owners of coiifcclionory stores nud 'other places which have hit tidied In Uic coatniry (o .law, will not be nillieil to do unless .they obtain tho lfjfiret (uc county officials onfoi-eoinent of the eitf- nrt-L llcen.se net will be-soiiRlil for (he protection of tbn.se merchants who luiro prtiil in tlio HceiiFo fee, uccordfiit; (o P. O'Kcefo, county altoi- noy. Tbero Is a possibility that the cK nret licenses will hn availably bv Mnv nceordlng to GUnifin. Those who vft llu-lr -iLitONtitni to take out Uoensea tiro N'lek rnohiccl, (lonrRo Irving r. T John Knff, Ualtimoiv lub. New J.lfo cafe, Seevor Smoke House, M. Whltelnw bo- lol, F. F. DIlKcri, Tom irmtil; I'norbeeH, ClinrU-y Hi liar- rlson, Htutu; ili-ug store, KffliiKniini HIICOIL Son, It. Krnwn, Otilt Ceor-e 10. Coulter, I'olier; Wardlow reslanrant, Sint-s cljjiir clKiir store, 1'at 1'rlce, Aiifiust -Tay Sloan, Klk.n' dub, J. .1. S. Itoyni-, Monrovia, nnd I.lttle FKAXCK ECONOMY. Post-War Ls On Wane In (Dr Tlic Assfoclnted Proaq.) I'riris, April "A sou su la Iho wutL-wortl of Frencli Intlnst (IrSviMi lo nioimiay hy hard tiinp.s. IridnstHiil nre [irerichlnjj tlirlfl lo their engineer I UK -staffs inul economists are aldlnp; In 'arou.sli ranks from post -war exlrrmi Ttie most Important nrohlem nf the day is wild to Ixi rednctloii of cxi. 'I'he French pnl overyhnfly lo parly to 'stive cAi is the ofi meulloned innilol nnd maruifailnrer Ims been Ji-lltiijj of the nmnnu bl.s eorn wht'ii ifiey li-arnetl how nmcb coulil simply on wasled elcr- trlc _ Coal prkes were reduced 12 cr-nt rorcntly, wltlu- minors' were ml- only (10 i-pni, HU tlnit inine fn itin-dcnijii- flnj dfaf.H of tfivift. Tbu rwitirtion hi IliU bnHkr industry ntilurnllv in Injf lalk nf a Kcnernl fall in prkvs n I n n j; tlu- linr. Known lo Have Met Death The iaeocUfo.t Prosi Inirmout W Apiil v In Hc explosion IhEs afternoon hajijioit miiuM In tbe I mlju of J iijjantl no] A iranspoita L Co and tonljit their fait was nmlfltertiiEiied. Seven mui ucre lilltd outright tbt Mail uoro iujmcil Id ait kaovui to hue uimh. thui from (In, wrecked nojfviivs Mlm> rosctie crews fiom ill stKrlloni of uorihcrn Virginia push way Into iho mlao la tho H- of mnliifc some at Kast of the 70. men still entombed. f Of tbe dead wfri- Inllu! at on the. tluple cnlMd< the miilu idi, cUht of the iujineil nlsu ere at uork otitsidc. the mine One iest uc- parly pi nctmtrd Uit nocp fliiu] nnd bniu ht out is (lend and mtn ta Jiired Mniiuol I'oitio uns Hip fiiNt coaio fiotn Ibu blnst nnikniKS HL was unlmimed aftuwmds he ltd a pitrty of ne mul CIN lintu into the mine. tlu, mtintb of th< mine- and UIL Hlti appjiieulh not Imdh ilfim iL.od Lilc torn operating and n good mr n-ni of an uas chciilntcd ink touirht romtmrn olfkEnrs s.itd (onituiny officials Iho origin Of the blast mis mideU'i tainod oMiM binlhcr of' I n Kiii of the ]idne is tniong thr men catoinlhMl. MISSING CHILDJGED 11, .FOUND SUIN IN CHURCH Tlttb Itotl Vik April of 11 1 loiltit frojti her honn 'e Tor fJuee found Intc today In tEin belfry of ihe filshloiialili A iiRRt-n Janitor of the church, find in ft bloodstain, la the linsoinonl, noti- Hod Tjollce and a Ihorouffli searHi tho led to ilia riitdliij; i.f the rl'lio. ly ATCHISON OVER TOP AS USUAL Red Cross Fund for Flood-Siif- feiers Over Subscribed. NO MADE Gifts Received Repie- icnt Voluntary Olfennjfs Only. Kcil Crols (i.iilnliiiliom Clmrlcs .Mlllor" M: .M. T. Sluyor A. II. Loliiiuiii Mrs. A. M. Siamls. Mi-. 1' 1' Silirhl-r Suiihy Hill Ttiliiilitii' cluli. Ktt- l-'rtiliiy ctuli -M. DiicklM llroi'hntt Lumlwr Co. [Innip Ici' A. ulil Slorasc (o Uflt C.iliiinu t'rnnk IfcC'oy Mrs; 1'iitiiinii Helen lli'irlwr Alum llilbti Mr niul Mr< (ml [Inrmnii Miin l IltRlij Alico T. Oncrrlii Mr niul Miv (KHJILI. rulii-iiuni llKorful Ili-liiois of Suiuiu i Slut llrs (J HJIILS uioriiotivi; riuinheil. .MnU'rlnl (.n A. Kilmer W. s I uMitmi It Iliiius MmHn K .1. Ilotll Hurry II. J. R. McOv'ntli A. W blinker Miriintl V tl Mrs. l.yiliil Olluiore Diilun Men intlle fo I rcil SiiMli r Slioi-iff Will II. ri.no n.oo too 1.00 TOO :i.oo 200 20.00 n.oo 5.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 i.OO 2.00 TiOO 5.00 j.oa 1.00 2.00 1.00 IO.OO 2 jO 1.00 2.00 1.00 n.oo 2.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 B.oa 2.00 1.50 moo ,1.00 2.00 no.oo _ clillil ini-l IIIT iloalli uiitll in luiloiisv Is- iiorfoi-iiioil. clotlilni; wn's Spfril Krnnl mi- Tlic- AMnofralcit I'rpxn.i Kniifl., slinrklcil mill Kiwnlcil Ity five orhccr.i, Al. iii-rnsiHl of n, bunk nt .Mniilton. MToks Wnii spcivll.v inkon rniin llu; clly jnll hire lonfKlit am] iind left for (Nilorado Slirliifs l.y nn 1111- iliiliiillliCiMl roiile. Tin' cnstifor nt (tio ('ulornilo liunk, rriMxil liy Ttirfft ini'ii Mini a Wcnllripil fjrniw sliuri. ly: ufli-r lilrt arro.m otic of tin- linnilEls. Ollirr IJITXHTIS In Ilio Imnk nl (Jiiif! fit Urn roldwry. ivlll rry lo Icloiitlfy him In MIC Colorado Springs Jill I. The lolnl rolnine  In- linisvil :it OJl Itllllll. k Tin- iniiiiiM- in AlclnVoi'i bi'Oii iTisimli-lu-il Kill liiMdipmrlors at SI. Louis In daily tetal of S.-WD liail lieen miliU-d to Hi. l.mils Tlnn-sOay eveij- Ins. Another elu.rl; for Slim was dis- liatchetl cm l-'ridnj' nfternnun. nnd tlui ivniTiiiuliT of Hun n-us innil- eil last nliilil. .Mrs. H. I.. Hrockint. Ilvil fVos.H f'lliili-inun. Mr. VVerlx. ami Ilcrt Wells, I'lly oiiinafer. milted last nlulit In till! liking men and anil ehilrlren ivlm i-.Mili-il.nlnl la l lelii-f fund. NEGRO SHOOTS OFFICER, HOLDS POSSE flT BftT 'IVini., April Ir-iliiuiii, .r. I.. I [nil, wiiunih-il lioro toilay whun .II-ITV Itobrrtiinii, nijilil lYiiU-lniiuii for n t'OMllly ftiid city jx'llro, ut for ;lti liour Tin- stiooliim iK-Hi-vcil by 
                            

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